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Eric Holder Announces Task Force To Focus On “Domestic Terrorists” [That Means YOU]

from ZeroHedge:

It’s been obvious for quite some time that the so-called “war on terror” is nothing more than a fear-mongering induced power grab; a convenient excuse to strip the citizenry of its civil liberties and humanity. Many commentators, including myself, have predicted for years that the entire counter-terror juggernaut that has been constructed post-9/11 would be ultimately redirected upon the domestic population. Snowden’s heroic whistleblowing has already proven without a doubt that the government spy apparatus (along with tech company complicity) has been zeroed in on the domestic population for quite some time, but is the situation about to escalate? Are the feds so fearful of their own people, they are about to focus all their counter-terror energy on U.S. citizens? It appears so.

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1 comment to Eric Holder Announces Task Force To Focus On “Domestic Terrorists” [That Means YOU]

  • Dissolution

    This task force was likely already in place for some time, but they needed some kind of justification for fullt implementing it. Among other reasons (ie, UN control of Internet, Panopticon, etc), hence the NSA revelations by Snowden. Now they have their justifications. Everyone is aware that everyone is being monitored. So when mass numbers of citizens are rounded up, everyone “knows” that the person(s) must have been discovered to be “terrorists” via intercepted communications. Imagine if they rolled out this task force WITHOUT the NSA revelations. Wouldn’t work, now would it? Problem, reaction, solution. Once again. Of course we all know their definition of “terrorist” is complete bs.

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